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    Casual - Everyday Style What To Wear


    Have you made a voting plan? Chris and I filled out our ballots earlier this week and already dropped them off. We’ll be tracking our ballots online to make sure they are counted. Isn’t technology fantastic?! While I was looking up locations of nearby ballot boxes, I found out that many of LA’s landmarks like Staples Center and the Hollywood Bowl will be polling stations beginning this Saturday, 10/24/2020! How cool is that? I kind of wish I had planned to vote in person at one of these amazing locations instead, but I wanted to make sure we got our ballots in as early as possible. Continue Reading

    Loungewear What To Wear

    Sydne Summer Loungewear

    I’ve been staying in, working from home, and taking my classes online while living in loungewear like this super cute set from Sydne Summer’s new collection! The only thing about staying home that has been bothering me lately is my hair. It’s been 8 months since I had my hair highlighted and my roots are out of control! Have you gotten your hair done during the pandemic? Continue Reading

    Lifestyle What To Wear

    Stay At Home Dog Mom

    Does it count if I work from home, and take classes online? Technically, I am at home all day with my dog, so I would think so, right? 😉 Continue Reading

    Brunch Outfit Ideas What To Wear

    Just Kidding

    I haven’t gotten dressed up to actually go anywhere, but if I were to, this is what I would wear! 😛 Continue Reading

    Casual - Everyday Style

    Take Care of Yourself

    Petals and Peacocks Personal Growth Hoodie | Face Mask from my friend Christine | AGOLDE Parker Vintage Cut Off Short in Rock Steady | Louis Vuitton Pochette Florentine

    Like most people, my anxiety has been at an all time high these past few months. With everything that’s going on in the world, it’s so important to remember to also take care of yourself, while you’re helping everyone else, too. A part of learning, growing and taking care of myself has been sharing my truth, like I did in my last post, and the feedback I received was amazing. It can be a painful process and make you feel so vulnerable but it’s also incredibly therapeutic and comforting when you share stories you’ve kept in for so long. More people than I ever expected to, reached out and opened up to me about similar encounters they’ve had, as well as the lessons they’ve learned, and how they’ve grown. I learned so much about my friends and family that I didn’t know before. Many of my industry friends also shared their experiences, which were so eye opening. If you want to read some of those, I’ve included a few here: Continue Reading